Indiana Meals Financial institution is sending reduction to victims of the Georgia twister

Recovery efforts continue in Georgia after last month’s devastating tornado and a Hoosier organization has stepped up to help.

NEWNAN, Ga. – Midwest Bank sent a massive amount of disaster relief to victims of an EF-4 tornado that pierced Georgia last month.

Over 1,700 homes and businesses were destroyed in the storm, and a half load of family boxes arrived in Newnan, Georgia Wednesday morning.

MFB Georgia has also sent groceries to the affected area. MFB sends disaster relief through its partnership with the Salvation Army.

As the Salvation Army first responder, the Midwest Food Bank can have relief on the street within 24 hours of a phone call.

The boxes are assembled, packed and driven to the affected areas by volunteers.

For those looking to help, financial donations from the Midwest Food Bank offer the flexibility to respond quickly and efficiently to victims’ needs.

Visit midwestfoodbank.org and click “Donate” to cover the cost of supplies or fuel needed for transportation.

Select “Disaster Relief” as the title on the donation form or send @MFB to 52014 to donate.

The Midwest Food Bank has 12 locations, including 10 in the US and one each in East Africa and Haiti.

You can visit their website at midwestfoodbank.org to learn more about how you can help.

Comments are closed.